Duda gave his team an insurance run with his eighth-inning blast, and he now owns a modest six-game hitting streak. The first baseman has hit .261/.357/.485 with 15 home runs and 50 RBI in 299 at-bats.
Hill started his day with a blast over the left-field fence in the first inning to tie the game at 1-1. He added another RBI on a sacrifice fly in the third inning and drove in a third run on a groundout in the sixth. Hill has put together a seven-game hitting streak to help boost his line to .251/.284/.380 with eight home runs and 48 RBI in 363 at-bats.
Britton threw nine of his 12 pitches for strikes and got ahead 0-1 against all three of the batters he faced. He was rocked in the second-half opener but has settled down since, tossing 2 1/3 perfect innings with four strikeouts. Britton owns a 1.78 ERA, 0.93 WHIP and 42:14 K:BB ratio in 50 2/3 innings.
Gonzalez (5-5) rejoined the Orioles Tuesday after spending the break in the minors, and he put together seven scoreless innings before surrendering a two-run home run in the eighth. He owns a 3.91 ERA and 74:36 K:BB ratio in 96 2/3 innings. Gonzalez is lined up to face the Mariners Sunday.
Morin (2-3) struck out the first two batters he faced Tuesday, but a two-out infield single was followed by an RBI double and then a two-run home run. It was the first home run Morin has surrendered since June 20. He owns a 2.63 ERA and 35:10 K:BB ratio in 37 2/3 innings.
Santiago needed 99 pitches to get through five innings but he was able to navigate his start without surrendering any runs. He's tossed 7 2/3 scoreless innings since the break, giving him a 4.02 ERA and 66:28 K:BB ratio in 71 2/3 innings. Santiago is scheduled to face the Tigers Sunday.
It "doesn't look good" for Zimmerman, according to the report, but the team will know more about the extent of the injury Wednesday. The third baseman went 0 for 3 with a walk Tuesday, giving him a .282/.345/.456 line with five home runs and 36 RBI in 195 at-bats.
Mejia has rattled off four straight saves since blowing a save opportunity on July 7, which was also the last time he issued a walk before Tuesday. He owns a 3.80 ERA and 66:32 K:BB ratio in 66 1/3 innings.
deGrom (4-5) has dominated the competition while picking up three straight wins, giving up just two earned runs in 21 innings while striking out 26 and walking three. The impressive stretch gives him a 3.01 ERA and 79:29 K:BB ratio in 80 2/3 innings. deGrom is scheduled to do battle with the Brewers Sunday.
Ramirez (1-5) was making his first start with the Mariners in nearly a month and fared well, but the offense couldn't provide him with enough support to pick up his first win since April 1. He owns a 4.35 ERA and 52:31 K:BB ratio in 60 innings. Ramirez is expected to be sent back down if the Mariners expect Taijuan Walker to stick in the rotation.